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sissyedgar
 one year ago
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ryanwhite499
 one year ago
Best ResponseYou've already chosen the best response.2Let's solve your equation stepbystep. b−3= 1 64 1 b3 = 1 64 Step 1: Multiply both sides by b^3. 1= 1 64 b3 1− 1 64 b3= 1 64 b3− 1 64 b3(Subtract 1/64b^3 from both sides) −1 64 b3+1=0 −1 64 b3+1−1=0−1(Subtract 1 from both sides) −1 64 b3=−1 −1 64 b3 −1 64 = −1 −1 64 (Divide both sides by (1)/64) b3=64 b=(64)( 1 3 )(Take cube root) b=4 Check answers. (Plug them in to make sure they work.) b=4(Works in original equation) Answer: b=4

sissyedgar
 one year ago
Best ResponseYou've already chosen the best response.0that was long! lol thank u tho! :)

anonymous
 one year ago
Best ResponseYou've already chosen the best response.0dang that was a long awnser
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